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Amazon is selling this right-angle drill attachment for $8.  This cheap problem solver’ll help you get into tight spaces.

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3 Responses to Dealmonger: Right-Angle Drill Attachment $8

  1. fred says:

    This is probably worth almost as much as the price being asked for it.

    Being in the plumbing and remodeling/GC business we use quite a number of Right angle drills. We also need to bore lots of holes – and like selfeed bits to accomplish this task. Lightweight attachments are clearly not up to this task – nor are any of the cordless drills that we’ve tried – so we use dedicated 110V – corded right angle drills. We had standardized on (have 12 ) using Milwaukee Hole-Hawg (1676-6) drills that have a ½ inch chuck, a reverse gearcase and 7.5 Amp motors. They are rated to use up to 4-5/8 inch selfeeds.

    Based on a past comment from another toolmonger – we decided to try out a Milwaukee Super Hole Hawg (1680-20) that’s rated at 15 amps. We bought one and also bought a Makita DA4031 that’s rated at 10 amps. We like both – but my guys give the edge to the Makita – it being a bit lighter and having better grips than the Milwaukee. Both seem powerful enough for anything we throw at them.

    In our carpentry work – we have been using several smaller Makita DA3000 – 3/8 inch corded right angle drills – but might replace them with the newer Makita DA3010F ‘s that have a more powerful motor and now come with an LED light. We had tried the Milwaukee close quarters drill (it looked to be based on an old Sioux design) some time back – but it did not hold up in use. I hear that Milwaukee has redesigned this tool.

  2. Coach James says:

    A buddy of mine got one of these to add some wiring to his house. he was adding some additional circuits to a finished garage and needed to drill 10 or 12 half inch holes through the studs. This attachment worked fine and I plan to pick up one for myself. if I was a GC or electrician, I would opt for a pro level tool, but neither of us are pros so this was all we needed.

  3. eschoendorff says:

    I have this right angle attachment. It works just fine. Just don’t overstress it… the internal metal gears are held in place by plastic.

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